A new Samsung smartphone has been spotted in a listing on Zauba, a website that tracks India's import and export. The listing doesn't reveal much about the device, except that it carries a model number of SM-G5700 and sports a 5-inch display.
Reports say the phone in question is the successor to last year's Galaxy On5 given that the latter carries a model number of SM-G550.
This comes just a few weeks after a device alleged to be the Galaxy On7 (2016) was spotted on Zauba. The handset also surfaced over at GFX Benchmark recently, revealing full HD display, octa-core CPU, 3GB RAM, and 8MP front camera.
50-60 models and they're not too different, they all look the same and only have some small options differences. Why all that??
Sony fanboyya Sony phones are good but as things stand right now Samsung is wy ahead Nd customer support of Samsung is better as compared to Sony in india
How many models must they release every year, 50-60? Why not just have a low, middle, high-end and Acrive series? On or two models in each perhaps. Getting a bit silly to see Samsung releasing all their new models, and still not a single one with fro...